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boil up

vb
(intr, adverb) Austral and NZ to make tea
Translations

w>boil up

vi
(lit)aufkochen
(fig) he could feel the anger boiling up in himer fühlte, wie die Wut in ihm aufstieg
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I would like to thank those residents of Cape Broyle who graciously completed surveys and answered queries pertaining to the boil-up tradition.
The boil-up continuum: traversing time, age, gender and space
The Dictionary of Newfoundland English defines a boil-up as "a brew of tea, and sometimes a snack, often taken during a rest from work in the country or on a vessel" (Story 1991: 56).
The boil-up has also been incorporated into leisure pursuits, such as weekend outings.
While such a subsistence way of life is no longer necessary or viable, as produce is imported from commercial farms and the fishing of cod banned since the introduction of a government-imposed moratorium in July 1992, many still proudly maintain the traditions of their ancestors who established communities hundreds of years ago, breaking bread in locations recognized for generations as boil-up spots.
Although one cannot legally fish now, many in Cape Broyle maintain an undiminished desire to boil-up on the water.
Boil-up rituals are easily incorporated into Sunday drives.
The images many Newfoundlanders associate with picnics evoke a middle or upper class pastoral scene, not the rugged, rough location and associations of the boil-up.
On a trip "out the bay" this summer, I participated in a boil-up welcoming a man back from Ontario to the community for a few short weeks.
Boil-up time was always a welcome break from the morning's cutting.
Spatial competence is a factor in choosing appropriate boil-up locations.
Parking on the side of the road would not be considered camping, and one would rarely have a boil-up in such a place.